Three days in Hobart offer plenty of time to experience Tasmania’s historic sites, natural wonders, and delicious cuisine. Take advantage of money-saving combo deals and sightseeing passes, spend longer at the sights that interest you most, and customize your itinerary to suit your interests.
Tinderbox Marine Reserve
Located in Tasmania, not far from Hobart, the Tinderbox Marine Reserve is ideal for snorkelers and scuba divers. The site is home to more than 30 species of seaweeds, and its abundant plant life provides habitats for a large assortment of marine life.
Swimming and boating are allowed in the reserve, and along with numerous types of fish, visitors may catch sight of sea dragons, urchins and sea-stars. Octopus, squid, shrimp and crabs also call the Tinderbox Marine Reserve home, so visitors are asked to leave the wildlife as is and to use care to protect the environment.
48 Ferguson Ave, Tinderbox, Tinderbox, Australia
The Tinderbox Marine Nature Preserve is an easy 45-minute drive from Hobart. The best time of the year to visit is usually during summer and autumn.
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- Hobart Sandy Bay
- Cascade Brewery
- South Hobart
- Cascades Female Factory Historic Site
- St. George's Anglican Church
- Battery Point
- Hobart Salamanca Market
- Parliament House
- River Derwent
- Mt. Wellington (Kunanyi)
- St. David's Cathedral
- Mawson's Hut Replica Museum
- Lark Distillery
- Maritime Museum of Tasmania
- Sullivan's Cove